As “The Heavy Hitter®” among Southern New England personal injury lawyers, Rob Levine has been making a positive difference in clients’ lives since his admission in 1999. However, even before becoming an attorney, he took pride in using his skills to help others. As a teenager, he served on the Glen Rock Volunteer Ambulance Corps as an emergency medical technician. Soon after, he was promoted to crew chief and eventually was appointed the second highest-ranking officer in the 50-member squad.
While studying for a degree in Administration of Justice, Rob served as a military police officer in the Rhode Island National Guard. Upon graduation, he began work with the Central Falls Police Department, where his accomplishments included earning a grant to establish a K-9 drug enforcement unit. During this period, Rob attended law school and eventually opened his office, focusing on personal injury, auto accident, veterans benefits and Social Security Disability law.
Throughout his career, Rob has continued to take on new challenges, such as learning to fly a helicopter and working as a paramedic. When not working at his Providence office, Rob most enjoys spending time with his daughter, Chelsea. Like her father, she has a wide variety of interests, including gymnastics, horseback riding and cheerleading. She has also earned a black belt in the Mastery Martial Arts System, a discipline that she often practices with Rob. Like her father, Chelsea takes great pride in serving others, leading her to earn her CPR certification and work with Rob on ski patrol.